With its vibrant Cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Newport, historic market towns and numerous thriving villages coupled to a back drop of stunning coastlines and mountains, business buyers are continuing to be attracted to the businesses Wales has to offer. The country is growing in desirability, representing exceptional value.
As a major player in the Welsh Business Transfer market, Mark Harrison, of Everett Masson & Furby (Wales) comments, "2010 so far has seen a growing and sustained demand for businesses in Wales with discerning buyers looking in a variety of market sectors and at all price levels, and accordingly we are pleased to report that the price and quality of businesses in Wales is both diverse and holding up well against the rest of the country. With freeholds generally at lower levels than other parts of Britain, Wales offers good returns on capital employed and business buyers can acquire freeholds at generally lower costs. Indeed as Wales had historically lower values, the price corrections in the region are not showing excessive severity.
From Coffee Shops in the Brecon Beacons, to Chip Shops in Pembrokeshire, a Guest House in St. David's to a Night Club in Cardiff City Centre, from Pubs by the South Wales coastlines to village Convenience Stores and from Internet Businesses to the Care Sector, there really is no business type or size that in the last 47 years the Everett Masson & Furby Group has not been able to sell.